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Vienna for the EGU General Assembly: arriving, sleeping and exploring the city

How to get to Vienna and what to do when you’re there – a brief, and by no means comprehensive, introduction:

Getting here

Vienna’s International Airport is served by many of the major European airlines. If you would like to consider overland transport (e.g train, car) there is an Information page on the EGU General Assembly 2013 website.

Getting to sleep

Information on accommodation options can be found on the Accommodation page of the EGU GA 2013 website. Other accommodation options include:

Apartments for 2-5 persons from €39 / night / apartment are available on http://www.apartmentnetzwerk.at or http://www.govienna.net.

Getting to know Vienna

The Vienna tourist board has information about Sightseeing, Shows, Shopping, Dining and other information about Vienna on it’s website. A fairly comprehensive list of the museums in Vienna can be found on the Tour My Country webpage for Austria.

Tourist information on Vienna can be found in the Arrivals Hall of Vienna International Airport or at the Tourist Information Centre (Vienna 1) at Albertinaplatz/Maysedergasse, behind the Vienna State Opera that is open daily 9:00 am – 7:00 pm. Brochures can be ordered in advance from your local Austrian Tourist Office.

Since 2005, the EGU General assembly had taken place in Vienna [Source: Wikimedia Commons].

If you’ve been before and can recommend a good spot for dinner, or something to do when you have a little down time, feel free to suggest them in the comments!

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